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Brett Harvey, CONSOL Energy chairman & CEO, discusses his company's decision to sell five of its top coal mines and venture into natural gas as a means to be more competitive in the U.S.
Farooq Kathwari, Ethan Allen chairman, president & CEO, discusses how his company is changing the way it reaches new consumers with "The New Eclecticism."
Yehuda Shmidman, Sequential Brands Group CEO, and Danica Patrick, NASCAR race car driver, discuss branding and the big business of auto racing.
Stephen Joyce, Choice Hotels International CEO, reveals his strategy for refreshing the Choice brand, as hotel occupancy and room rates rise.
Whiting Petroleum Chairman and CEO James Volker discusses the improving technology for drill bits, and just how oil-rich the Niobrara in Colorado is.
Eaton Corporation Chairman & CEO Sandy Cutler discusses the confusing 2013, and "exciting prospects" he has for the company in 2014. Also, Cutler says he is "very proud" of what his team has accomplished around the world this year.
Due to the uncertainties in Washington, it is a difficult time for the defense business, says Linda Hudson, Bae Systems CEO. She says 1,200 workers were out of work due to the shutdown and shifting Bae System's portfolio into military equipment and high tech electronics.
Daniel Hilferty, Independence Blue Cross president and CEO, explains why he embraces Obamacare. To get lower premiums he says exchanges need "the whole bowl of wax" meaning young and healthy to sign up as well.
Aker Philadelphia Shipyard president and CEO Kristian Rokke discusses the increase in ship demand, and concerns he has for the shipping industry.
Eric Stromberg, Oyster CEO, explains how his company allows subscribers to access thousands of book titles from big publishers.
Henry Walker, Farmers & Merchants Bank, president, and Ken Cruse, Sunstone Hotel Investors, president and CEO, discuss what's driving the Golden State's economy and how the government shutdown has impacted business.
Aaron Jagdfeld, Generac Power Systems CEO, discusses how his company is profiting by providing backup power for consumers.
Peder Holk Nielsen, CEO of Novozymes, says the growth rate in China has slowed and is one of the weaker markets for the company.
Eivind Kallevik, CFO at Norsk Hydro, says that dealing with the volatility in foreign exchange rates is "not easy".
International Paper Chairman and CEO John Farac says his company is looking to continually innovate, and discusses McDonald's announcement it is moving to paper from foam products and the company's growth.
DuPont Chair & CEO Ellen Kullman discusses the company's decision to separate its chemical business. "It might be low growth, and it might be volatile, but it's high margin and a very solid set of businesses," she says.
Chuck Jeaness, Goldcorp, president and CEO, says there is a sustainable demand for gold across China, India, and other parts of Asia.
Maurice Taylor, Titan International chairman and CEO, once called French workers "lazy." He explains his deal to now buy a factory there.
Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands chairman and CEO, says the coffee, especially flavored, donuts, and sandwich business are doing well. He feels consumers will be in a better situation if we can get a resolution in Washington. We want "certainty and consistency," he adds.
Digging into companies who have varying opinions from those on Wall St. versus Main St., with Bill Conlin, Abel/Noser president and CEO.